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From a tweet from the Union Leader’s Drew Cline, the Romney camp is trying to shrug off Newt Gingrich’s latest big endorsement from New Hampshire Speaker Bill O'Brien:



Romney camp already spinning Speaker O'Brien's Gingrich endorsement as one zany speaker endorsing another. #fitn

The White House released this family portrait of the Obama family posing in the Oval Office.

Photo credit: Official White House Photo by Pete Souza

The Republican National Committee will air this ad during tonight’s GOP debate on Fox News. The ad asks supporters to text in to “join the GOP mobile army.”

Watch the ad:





h/t National Journal.

New national data from a poll commissioned by the Associated Press shows that Americans would prefer to continue the payroll tax break that was originally part of President Obama’s stimulus package passed in 2009. Nearly six in ten of those polled said Congress should keep it.

From the AP:



On the payroll tax deduction, 58 percent of respondents said they want Congress to extend the break, while 35 percent want it to expire. Democrats and independents are the strongest supporters of continuing the tax cut, while Republicans were evenly divided. But the difference is more partisan than ideological: Conservatives supported an extension, 54 percent to the 42 percent who prefer to let the reduction expire.

Google will launch an official rival to Apple’s “Siri” digital assistant, the Daily Mail reports. And it will be named after the voice of Star Trek’s Starship Enterprise, Majel Barrett-Roddenberry.

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